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Sterling, Kansas

Max Moxley Photographs

Max Moxley was the editor of the “Sterling Bulletin” in Sterling, Kansas for thirty years. In that time he preserved an extensive collection of photos of Sterling’s past. He had a weekly column in the paper called “Images of the Past” where he featured these pictures. This collection is a celebration of those pictures.

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Free safety checks for cars.
The back of the Sterling Bulletin with the new dinotype machine.
Members of the Sterling United Presbyterian Church on June 1, 1926.
A church or family gathering.
D.J. Fair Lumber Company held a birdhouse competitions for young children.
The Sterling Bulletin and other businesses in Sterling around the 1950's.
The Sterling High School football team from 1926.
Company H, 2nd Regiment, Kansas National Guard, in training. It was established very early in the town's founding and was frequently called out to…
Performers at the Morris Opera House.

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